The New LDS Organist
MP3 PLAYER DETAILS
The twelve audio lessons from The New LDS Organist are taken ideally at the organ console with an mp3 player and earphones. They can be downloaded without cost as explained on this link.
Those who prefer may purchase an inexpensive mp3 player already loaded with the audio lessons, including new earphones and a printed 59-page packet. This is intended to help those who are unfamiliar with mp3 technology, or who do not wish to download the lessons and print the packet themselves. The actual model of the player will be as described below or one comparable (see an example). The cost is $38 plus $7.50 shipping (U.S.) and any taxes. Click here to order.
The GPX 2gb mp3 player (new)
This player was chosen because of its low cost and ease of use for delivering the twelve New LDS Organist lessons. It is new. You should be able to begin listening to the lessons immediately after opening the package, which contains the following:
- New GPX 2gb mp3 player with fresh AAA battery, earbuds (new), and directions from the manufacturer
- Basic directions for listening to the lessons from Ard Publications
- 59-page packet (printed and bound)
Ard Publications warrantees the mp3 player (only) to be delivered in sufficient working order to deliver the twelve audio New LDS Organist lessons. No additional terms of the warranty are expressed or implied–including suitability of the unit to perform any tasks other than delivering the twelve audio lessons. Because the audio lessons and the packet are free, their suitability and adequacy are not included in the warranty.
If an mp3 player is found to be non-working on delivery, first send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org describing the nature of the problem. If you are directed to return it, a replacement unit or refund will be provided, at the discretion of Ard Publications. If the manufacturer may provides a more extensive warranty, any further issues should be directed to them.
For more information and organ study resources, visit the Organ Study at BYU website http://www.organ.byu.edu